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Old 09.07.2017, 10:41 AM   #30
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Originally Posted by Severian
They were and are my favorite band, but I definitely agree about the freedom and lack of limitation to their sound being a huge selling point.

I was thinking less about their sound than their broader cultural interests. The way they (thanks mostly to Kim) tapped into areas of art, fashion, etc, as well as (through their connection with people like Richard Kern) things like underground film. They helped introduce me to bands like Live Skull, Pussy Galore, Big Black, Swans, etc, which at the time I probably listened to more than I did SY. But compared with SY, they really didn't extend much beyond the music they made.
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